The cable giant is spending big to take on streaming, Google's Sundar Pichai is pushing back on claims of search bias, and Android celebrates 10 years.
Today's major tech stories include impressive funding for NewTV, surprisingly few people using Alexa for shopping and Firefox's latest extension predicting sites you'd want to visit next.
We also talked to our favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Aquaman, The Orville, Doctor Who, Venom and so much more will rule this weekend without Marvel.
From Facebook to Fortnite, it's been a busy six months.
But there are conditions.
Disney really, really didn't want to let Comcast have Fox.
Fortnite is changing the way we play video games; you can't escape data tracking on the web; and we compare the leading mobile payment systems.
Cable giant's deal would upset Walt Disney's proposed deal with Fox.
The US cable TV giant wants to buy Sky, a major European television company, in a $31 billion deal that would swipe Sky out from under 21st Century Fox.
Aimed at "superfans" of the cable news network, Fox News will roll out a standalone service that even pay-TV subscribers must cough up extra to watch.
CES draws the tech obsessed to gawk at fancy televisions, but media movers and shakers are focused on the programming that ends up on those displays.